Formed by Noel Gallagher a year after leaving Oasis, the High Flying Birds are a rock band from the UK. Featuring the former guitarist, session pianist and drummer from Oasis as well as bassist Russell Pritchard from The Zutons, it’s a who’s who of the British indie rock scene. With three albums out and numerous world tours, the band will be landing in Tokyo in May before heading to Nagoya.
Tickets are available for two levels on both nigths – S costing ¥12,000 and A costing ¥10,000. The event will be held in the Aichi Arts Center close to Sakaemachi Station.
Want to see a slice of Japanese history? The Jidai Matsuri—”Festival of Ages”—is one of Kyoto‘s biggest October draws. It commemorates the founding of Kyoto as the Imperial capital by the Emperor Kammu in 794, so this is definitely one […]
The Miyazakijingu Taisai (Miyazaki Shrine Grand Festival) is a traditional festival at one of Miyazaki’s major Shinto shrines with a history of more than 140 years. The festival features a “procession of the gods” on both days from 1pm until […]
The city of Utsunomiya in Tochigi prefecture is renowned for its gyoza—the dumpling of Chinese origin that is a fixture of Japanese ramen restaurants. The festival takes place at Utsunomiya Park in the center of the city and stalls will […]
This civic festival has been held annually in Ube City on the shores of the Seto Inland Sea since 1933. The festival features a parade, a main stage, a street stage, a gourmet zone and a business and study area. […]